Florida law includes a stand your ground provision which we have used to successfully exonerate clients from serious charges. If you shoot someone in self defense, you will need an attorney experienced in this area of law to help you navigate the system. An attorney with experience like ours could mean the difference in your conduct being deemed justified or you being charged with a serious crime.
It is natural for a person to automatically think of firearms when it comes to weapons cases. However, weapons cases encompass much more than firearms. In certain situations, it is illegal to possess, manufacture, transport, repair, or sell certain items, including, but not limited to, brass knuckles, silencers, armor-piercing ammunition, and/or a chemical dispensing device. There are many more intricacies pertaining to weapons cases. If you should become involved in such a case, you'll want an experienced criminal attorney such as Paul Hamlin and his team to defend you.
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